This past year, I had an opportunity to move to Petersburg, Alaska, located on the small island of Mitkof in the southeast part of the state. I quickly decided to go, knowing it would somehow change my life. It did. I also learned some valuable lessons I may not have learned had I stayed in beautiful San Diego.
1. I learned about finding love
I learned that love experiences are like snowflakes, each experience intricate and unique. To follow some kind of love-finding formula is naive. So who’d have thought Facebook would be valuable in my love life? About a month before I left for Petersburg, I found myself being teased by an intriguing, facetious man via comments on my friend’s page. Immediately this man and I became friends, this friendship evolved into becoming very good friends, and now that I am back in San Diego, we are really good friends, if you know what I mean? *wink wink* Continue reading '5 Lessons I Learned In Alaska'»